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Topic: Disappearing Tags when Creating PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 101623
From: brentwhite
Date: 12/3/2003 04:02 AM

I am trying to make a very large scientific document 508 accessible. I am using Acrobat Professional 6.0 and when I convert to PDF with MS Word 2000 I get tons of accessibility errors. When I go to -- View > Navigations Tabs > Tags -- It says "No tags available". What is perplexing to me is that the very first PDF I created did have an extensive Tag tree structure and all subsequent versions (after I made some modifications) have not. The Word document is relatively well structured.

I'd appreciate it if someone could shed some light on this issue.

Thanks > Brent White


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